Mount Jo Keene Valley Breakfast with a view 👌🏻 Split Rock Falls
Whiteface Mountain Memorial Highway Autumn Foliage in the Adirondacks is unlike anywhere else in the US. The brilliant blanket of color that covers the entire range is unreal. The sight, even standing on a peak in person, is so surreal and unbelievably beautiful that it looks like a painting. Dewitt and I drove up Whiteface the last weekend…Read more New York: 6 Million Acre Adirondack Park #7.
Autumn Equinox was great to New York this year. The 90 degree summer heat just ended yesterday. It was the first 70 degree day we've had yet! Last weekend my friend and I had plans to hike Mount Jo. We began to hike, but when we got to heart lake we decided to stay and…Read more New York: 6 Million Acre Adirondack Park #6.
My first wedding dress fitting went flawless. It fits perfectly. Witt and I can't wait for our big day. The next 10 months are going to fly by!! We did a little shopping in SoHo afterward & hit 1 Rooftop, a new bar in Brooklyn. It had a stunning backdrop. All of the street art…Read more New York: Wedding Dress Fitting in NYC.
Indian Head Mountain has the most unique view that overlooks the Ausable River and High Peak Region in the Adirondacks. There are two routes you can take to get to the summit. One being the "scenic view" that runs next to a small gorge called the Gill Brook trail, and the other being the "easy route." I…Read more New York: 6 Million Acre Adirondack Park #5.
I'm directionally challenged. Not even kidding, my GPS is at my side 24/7. 😂 I've hiked shelving rock mountain over 20 times yet still managed to park in a random lot between the shelving rock falls trailhead, and the shelving rock mountain trailhead. I was parked in "parking lot 2." Which I found out apparently…Read more New York: 6 Million Acre Adirondack Park #4.
I love to get away with some of my girls for a weekend. The Ladies Get Outside crew planned a meet up hike to Robert Treman State Park in Ithaca last Sunday at 9:00am. We ended up camping the night prior because this is a three and a half hour drive from home for all of us…Read more New York: Girl’s Camping Weekend in Ithaca.
My first hike when I was 16 years old was at Plotter Kill Preserve. I grew up in Schenectady, a small city in New York. This was just about the only wooded area in town! To this day it is still my favorite hike. I know the trail like the back of my hand, but…Read more New York: Plotter Kill Preserve.